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Any free UML software which is good enough for Part II assignment?
 
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Together Designer Community Edition (http://www.borland.com/together/designerce/index.html)
Jude (http://objectclub.esm.co.jp/Jude/jude-e.html)

Enough? :-)
 
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Thanks Olexiy. Which one is better? Can you share your experience with them? Any limitations?
 
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Hi Alvin,

I've tried a few other tools like Rational rose, ArgoUML and Visual Paradigm. In the end, I settled down with Jude.

A list of UML tools

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You should check out Gentleware's Poseidon. It's one of the best UML 2.0 tools out there.
The Communitiy Edition is free.

http://www.gentleware.com/products/

Another excellent comparisons of UML tools (list 100 tools, unfortunately in german):
http://www.jeckle.de/umltools.htm
 
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I use Jude and found it quite easy and suitable for the requirements.
 
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You may also try the EclipseUML Free Edition from Omondo. It is only free for Eclipse 2.1, but you will love it!
http://www.omondo.com/product.jsp
 
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Also check out UMLet, an Eclipse plugin for drawing UML diagrams.
 
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I have looked at quite a few of these tools and Enterprise architect is my favourite.

It includes comprehensive support for the new UML 2.0 standard and for all 13 UML 2.0 diagrams.

You can download a months free trial. The commercial version is good value at only USD189.

See: http://www.sparxsystems.com.au
[ October 22, 2004: Message edited by: Patrick Cogan ]
 
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I agree with Patrick.
I have evaluated the Enterprise Architect and I have compareted it with Rational Rose.
We have made the decision to buy it. It is cheaper than Rose.

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Still looking for a nice UML plugin for Eclipse. Together's Eclipse version is 15 days trial and Omondo wouldn't work with Eclipse 3.x! Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance!
 
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Originally posted by Ashok Mash:
Still looking for a nice UML plugin for Eclipse. Together's Eclipse version is 15 days trial and Omondo wouldn't work with Eclipse 3.x! Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance!



Omondo just announced a free version that works with Eclipse 3.x. (Or at the very least, I got an email in my Hotmail about it yesterday.)
 
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Thanks Theodore, but surprisingly my Together plugin seems to be working well past the initial 15 days! Now it�s a direct shoot out between Together and Omondo!
 
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